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amīcus adj. with comp. and sup.

AM-, loving, friendly, kind, favorable: tribuni nobis amici: tyranno, N.: luto sus, H.: mihi nemo amicior Attico: rex amicissimus rei p.: erga te animo esse amico, T.: male numen amicum, unfriendly, V.: coniunctissimus et amicissimus. — Fig., of things, kindly, pleasing, acceptable, favorable: imbres, V.: sidus, propitious, H.: voltus, O.: portūs, of friends, V.: tempus, welcome, H.: nihil est mihi amicius solitudine: Brevitas mihimet amicissima: Nec dīs amicum est te Abire, is it pleasing, H.

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